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TED'S SUGGESTION FOR BURSITIS OF THE HIP AND KNEES?

Posted by Anonymous on 07/05/2011

I would very much like a suggestion from you for self-treatment of bursitis of hip & knees. Thank you.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
07/05/2011
384 posts

I would just get bromelain and take as bromelain as much as I can for a couple weeks to clear up congested fluid build up by digesting the collagen that is blocking the area.

Ted

Replied by Anonymous
07/06/2011

Thank you for your reply. I don't know what bromelain is, but I will find out... and hopefully can get it here locally.

Ted, I personally want to thank you for your cure for demodex mange in dogs. We got a small puppy from a rescue center, and soon thereafter found him to have the demodex mange. I took him to 3 different veterinarians, and after many blood tests, and painful skin scrapings, and antibiotics, I saw they were doing no good, and went online. I don't know how I found www.earthclinic.com, but I did, and found your hydrogen peroxide and borax treatment, which we used, and after only 3 baths, he seemed cured. He is now 3 years old, and perfectly healthy... never had the skin condition again. I can't thank you enough. I wish our vets would read your remedies. It would save a lot of poor dogs a world of pain and suffering. Thank you again."


07/06/2011: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "The bromelain is a pineapple enzyme, they work far better than papain (papaya enzymes) and they are cheaper than most digestive enzymes.

You're welcome, and I will get this posted as to the feedback. There are other ways to treat a dog's mange, but the prime one is the hydrogen peroxide with borax. The other ones, are coconut oil but it is not as effective.

Ted


07/06/2010: Anonymous replies: "I have had problems with pineapple... it makes my tongue sore, and produces little sore spots in my mouth when I have eaten it. I worry that the pineapple enzyme might work the same on me. I have just recently started drinking the lime juice, baking soda, and water drink that you suggest in one of your writings, but am also concerned that this lime juice might have a bad effect on my blood pressure meds, also paxil and prilosec for gastric reflux... any thoughts on this? I wrote my feedback to www.earthclinic.com back when we used the peroxide/borax method, and found it so effective. Thank you, Ted."


07/08/2011: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: "Let's deal your problems one at a time. Gastric reflux is usually dealt with using humic acid, very effective in most cases, but gastric reflux can also be the body is being too acid. The body can be too acid in two ways, if the urine pH is acidic, and if the saliva pH is acidic. The common pH I use for both figures is pH 7.0 or close, the urine acceptable range for me is 6.5 to 7.4, the saliva pH acceptable range if around 7.0 to 7.4. The blood pH is around minimum 7.35 to maximum 7.45. If your body's pH says urine pH is below 6.0 and pH of saliva is below 6.5, then it's likely that your blood pressure is high. There are a couple of parameters that cause high pressure, and I am doing experiments to prove that (I nearly died in the process) and found if your Nitric Oxide is low, you can get high pressure too, but there is another parameter that stabilizes high blood pressure, that is unknown by researchers (they will find out eventually) which is hydrogen sulfide. If hydrogen sulfide is low, that effects blood pressure stability, it jumps high and low, as a result of nitric oxide. But if you have normal Nitric Oxide, you can still have high blood pressure if you are too acidic. Nitric oxide is degraded in an acid medium and attacks body tissues, hence autoimmune disease. But if nitric oxide is degraded in normal human physiology of 7.4 blood pH, nitric oxide only attacks bacteria, viruses and ACID FAST mycobacterium, responsible for autoimmune disease, it may be true also of other food allergies.

That's why you don't respond to pineapple enzymes, and I don't mean you eat pineapple, it doesn't work that way. The skin or collagen to primary limiting nutrients is actually lysine and vitamin C. so in combination with acidity you can eventually have tongue sores, but not for the reasons that the enzymes attack your systems. It's very likely you eat pineapple and the sugar in the system fuels the herpes sore, or other virus also. Sugar is the most common nutrient for a virus, and look nowhere else but the pineapple (pineapple have a sour to it so it attacks the skin that way) and sweet products. You have to correct your acid imbalance, lower your sugar intake, and kill whatever pathogens you have in a gastric reflux. There is an upper esophagus inflammation, that's another pathogen, its fungus, candida or a virus. You really have to get at the cause, and find natural supplements that deal with this. For most cases of candida, tannic acid (a little 1/4 per liter) will deal with that. Lime juice is too sour, and by adding baking soda to make pH neutral is not likely to cause any sores, with one exception, the sugar from the lime or lemon may have activated causing such a sore too.

Now the experiments that nearly killed me, as I was doing experiments in high blood pressure, it caused me to be partially deaf in one ear, but I had to get blood pressure over 200/100 that is very high and prove that I can reduce blood pressure with what I told you without the meds. (I got it up to 210/110, somewhere around there). The simplest way I can reduce blood pressure was a strong alkaline substance, sodium carbonate and potassium carbonate (1:1) I also experimented with NO and H2S, but that theory is explained, it only works if your pH is alkaline if you use NO (Sodium Nitrite) and H2S (sodium sulfide). But the best way is if I have high pressure, to generally alkaline, and if it is very high, it would have to be sodium carbonate and potassium carbonate. Within 2 hours, it reduced from 210/110 to 160/105. That's how fast it is. So before you even consider taking any meds, got yourself alkalized first because your body's chemistry needs it, otherwise it may cause a range of problems, autoimmune disease, food allergies, etc. There's no end to health problems if you're not in normal physiological parameters. That's just my opinion.

TedLet's deal your problems one at a time. Gastric reflux is usually dealt with using humic acid, very effective in most cases, but gastric reflux can also be the body is being too acid. The body can be too acid in two ways, if the urine pH is acidic, and if the saliva pH is acidic. The common pH I use for both figures is pH 7.0 or close, the urine acceptable range for me is 6.5 to 7.4, the saliva pH acceptable range if around 7.0 to 7.4. The blood pH is around minimum 7.35 to maximum 7.45. If your body's pH says urine pH is below 6.0 and pH of saliva is below 6.5, then it's likely that your blood pressure is high. There are a couple of parameters that cause high pressure, and I am doing experiments to prove that (I nearly died in the process) and found if your Nitric Oxide is low, you can get high pressure too, but there is another parameter that stabilizes high blood pressure, that is unknown by researchers (they will find out eventually) which is hydrogen sulfide. If hydrogen sulfide is low, that effects blood pressure stability, it jumps high and low, as a result of nitric oxide. But if you have normal Nitric Oxide, you can still have high blood pressure if you are too acidic. Nitric oxide is degraded in an acid medium and attacks body tissues, hence autoimmune disease. But if nitric oxide is degraded in normal human physiology of 7.4 blood pH, nitric oxide only attacks bacteria, viruses and ACID FAST mycobacterium, responsible for autoimmune disease, it may be true also of other food allergies.

That's why you don't respond to pineapple enzymes, and I don't mean you eat pineapple, it doesn't work that way. The skin or collagen to primary limiting nutrients is actually lysine and vitamin C. so in combination with acidity you can eventually have tongue sores, but not for the reasons that the enzymes attack your systems. It's very likely you eat pineapple and the sugar in the system fuels the herpes sore, or other virus also. Sugar is the most common nutrient for a virus, and look nowhere else but the pineapple (pineapple have a sour to it so it attacks the skin that way) and sweet products. You have to correct your acid imbalance, lower your sugar intake, and kill whatever pathogens you have in a gastric reflux. There is an upper esophagus inflammation, that's another pathogen, its fungus, candida or a virus. You really have to get at the cause, and find natural supplements that deal with this. For most cases of candida, tannic acid (a little 1/4 per liter) will deal with that. Lime juice is too sour, and by adding baking soda to make pH neutral is not likely to cause any sores, with one exception, the sugar from the lime or lemon may have activated causing such a sore too.

Now the experiments that nearly killed me, as I was doing experiments in high blood pressure, it caused me to be partially deaf in one ear, but I had to get blood pressure over 200/100 that is very high and prove that I can reduce blood pressure with what I told you without the meds. (I got it up to 210/110, somewhere around there). The simplest way I can reduce blood pressure was a strong alkaline substance, sodium carbonate and potassium carbonate (1:1) I also experimented with NO and H2S, but that theory is explained, it only works if your pH is alkaline if you use NO (Sodium Nitrite) and H2S (sodium sulfide). But the best way is if I have high pressure, to generally alkaline, and if it is very high, it would have to be sodium carbonate and potassium carbonate. Within 2 hours, it reduced from 210/110 to 160/105. That's how fast it is. So before you even consider taking any meds, got yourself alkalized first because your body's chemistry needs it, otherwise it may cause a range of problems, autoimmune disease, food allergies, etc. There's no end to health problems if you're not in normal physiological parameters. That's just my opinion.

Ted